Autobiographical narratives derived from the time of transition from childhood to adulthood, serve as a catalyst for my photographs.
They reflect vivid recollections that through the passage of time have become fragmented and warped. In re-remembering and re-evaluating situations of high personal impact, the perspective and characters are always in flux, but the elevated level of tension and lack of control persists.
As the lines between adult and child remain indistinct, we are left with a woman on the edge of a nervous breakdown, troubled by her tumultuous past. Only through their convergence can she assimilate her multiple realities.
"The photograph is never, in essence, a memory, but it actually blocks memory, quickly becomes a counter-memory" -Roland Barthes
Convergence is a series of archival pigmented prints made from medium format negatives, exhibited at 20x24 and 32x40.